Based in Park City,Utah, the Nodance Film Festival is dedicated to first-time filmmakers and digital filmmaking. Nodance presents features, shorts, documentaries, and music videos in a seven day celebration of screenings, panels and parties. Nodance is the world's first DVD-projected film festival, and 2001 debuted the Artisan Entertainment High-Definition feature "Skeletons in the Closet" starring Treat Williams ("Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead") and Linda Hamilton ("Terminator 2").

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Forest Whitaker’s Spirit Dance Entertainment to be the presenting sponsor

Los Angeles (October 16, 2002) - The innovative, independent Nodance Film and Multimedia Festival, which holds the distinction of being the world’s first DVD-projected film festival, has just announced its call for submissions for its sixth annual event to be held in Park City, Utah from January 18th - 24th, 2003 on Main Street.  For the first time ever, Forest Whitaker’s Spirit Dance Entertainment will team up with the Nodance Festival by becoming the presenting sponsor for what promises to be an unforgettable year.

Early entry submissions for features, shorts and music videos must be postmarked by November 22nd, 2002 with final entry submissions due by December 20th, 2002.

Nodance celebrates the alternative digital film culture with an emphasis on emerging technologies and digital filmmaking.  “Heading into our sixth year, Nodance is very excited to once again bring first-time filmmakers and the digital underground to Park City,” says festival director James Boyd.  “With limited budgets preventing many young filmmakers from participating in the Park City Market, Nodance is more than willing to hold open the door for new talent.  With new digital technologies paving the way, Nodance hopes to continue to bring more unique visions to the screen.”

Nodance 2002 continued to see a surge in crowds, highlighted many first-time filmmakers, and was free for the general public.  In past events, Nodance has world premiered Artisan Entertainment’s high-definition feature “Skeletons In The Closet,” and hosted industry panelists such as writer/director David Veloz  (“Permanent Midnight”), musician Art Alexakis  from “Everclear,” and producer Gill Holland ("Hurricane Streets").

Located on Park City’s historic Main Street, the Nodance 2003 headquarters is the epicenter of all Nodance activity, and will host industry panels, networking events and desktop technology demonstrations.  Competition films, which are all screened via DVD-projection, are eligible for the Grand Jury and Audience Awards, and back by popular demand is the highly coveted “Golden Orbs” Award for the most innovative guerrilla marketing campaign on the mountain.

Nodance screenings are free to the public, and the program is subject to change without notice.  Updates for the event can be found on the Nodance Film Festival web site at

Nodance Film Festival - YEAR 6
January 18th-24th, 2003
Park City, Utah

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Nodance YEAR 5 Announces Award Winning Films & Celebrates Triumphant Fifth Year
(January 16th, 2002) Park City, UT… The irreverent fifth annual Nodance Film & Multimedia Festival announced the winners of the Grand Jury and Audience Awards last night at their packed house Closing Night Party on Main St.

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Filmgoers pack THEATER #2 for the world premiere of "Hip, Edgy, Sexy, Cool"

The results of the 2002 Nodance
Festival are as follows:

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Nodance Film Festival - YEAR 5 - Park City 2002


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